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Title Statistics of Stores and Provisions Sent to New South Wales
Date 1786-1873
Document Type Shipping Papers
Reference CO 202/1
Library / Archive The National Archives
Collection Name Colonial Office and Predecessors: New South Wales Entry Books
Description Copy of lists transmitted to Governor Hunter, detailing articles in the transport store house at Portsmouth, originally purchased for the coast of France and now proposed to be sent to New South Wales. There is also an invoice of medicine purchased to be shipped for use in the general hospital at Sydney.
Series Description This series contains entry books relating to New South Wales.
Theme(s) Ships and Shipping Lines
Country (from) Great Britain
Country (to) Australia
Places Norfolk Island
Ports Sydney, New South Wales, Australia; Portsmouth, England
Nationality English; European
Ships Minerva; Purpose; Walker; Royal Admiral; Earl Cornwallis
People Martin, Daniel; Darby, Edward; Jones, William; Nicole, John; King, John; Tennent, James
Keywords transport, emigration, clothing, textiles, finance, administration, shipping, steamboat, commissionaires, iron, weapon, medicine, hospital, livestock, provisions, wine, construction, tools, sanitation, convict, women
Language English
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